FALL ISSUE

This fall issue of Cook & Culture’s magazine includes: innovative yet simple recipes to reimagine your favorite Thanksgiving classics, flavor-packed fall food festivals that unite our world, an exploration of various cultures and our identity through food, and local adventures hand-selected just for you. Plus –> a bounty of show-stopping gluten-free, plant-based, and paleo recipes, and sustainable food and health hacks for you to eat your way happy.

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What’s inside

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Simple Recipes

To reimagine your favorite Thanksgiving classics

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Slow Food Movement

How it preserves diversity & unites our world

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Feast Your Eyes

On these fall food fashion highs

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Flavorful Fall Festivals

From around the world

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Fall Harvest

Morrocan lamb recipe

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Day of the Dead

Food for spirits’ survival in the afterlife

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How To

Use the whole pumpkin and win over waster this winter

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Pickle.Powder.Preserve

How to prepare your foods for winter

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Climate Change

The foods that feed it & simple ways you can help

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The Art Of Eating

With this fall season

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Permaculture

Jump-start guide

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Local Adventures

Just for you!

Message from our team.

In the spectrum of seasons, fall is a time of transformation. The vibrant and bustling summer is replaced with a serene calmness of nature. It’s the ‘golden hour’ of the year – the short window before the arrival of the velvet darkness of winter. 

As F. Scott Fitzgerald wrote almost a century ago, “Life starts all over again when it gets crisp in the fall”. His words couldn’t have been more appropriate for these unexpected times we find ourselves in. The slowly receding pandemic and fall season provides us with a unique opportunity to reflect on life as we have known it. 

With this in mind, it is with great pleasure that we present to you the fall issue of Cook & Culture’s magazine: Return to Our Roots.

Inside you will discover:

Your favorite Thanksgiving dishes reimagined with 6 simple and innovative recipes 

Flavorful fall food festivals from around the world

How to: pickle, powder, and preserve your food for winter

The roots of culture through food

The art of eating with this fall season

From our heart to yours,

Cook & Culture

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